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Re: Database as proxy cache

From: Jason Hoos <jhoos@uiuc.edu>
Date: Mon, 04 Nov 1996 12:33:59 CST
To: www-jigsaw@w3.org
Message-Id: <AEA39337@uiuc.edu>
> > Well, I'll be using an OODB but I know about that part of things. Is there 
> > anything I should know about how to implement a ResourceStore that isn't 
> > mentioned in ResourceStore.java?
>
>I don't think so, but I guess you will be one of the first to try to
>do that, so any comments wellcome (I'll be glad to help you offline
>for the details, if needed).

We've managed to write our own resource store using JDBC as the backend.  My 
recommendation is to just follow the code from SimpleResourceStore.java; it's 
pretty easy to see what's going on in there and then model your own new store 
after it.  The store I've written is pretty basic (it just stores resources 
into a three-column SQL table with the repository name, the resource 
identifier, and the pickle data), but it seems to work.  As soon as I work a 
few kinks out of it, such as merging it with the Alpha 3 code base and the 
Decibel database that Joe Futrelle mentioned earlier, I'll see if I can put it 
up someplace for people to look at...

Jason Hoos
jhoos@ncsa.uiuc.edu

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